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Add these Fort Worth events to your May calendar

By Rebecca ChristophersonMay 2, 2024May 3rd, 2024No Comments

Add these Fort Worth events to your May calendar

Photo courtesy of Colonial Country Club

Colonial Country Club
3735 Country Club Circle, Fort Worth, charlesschwabchallenge.com

Tickets are available for the annual Executive Women’s Day Luncheon, part of the Charles Schwab Challenge at the Colonial Country Club. This year’s featured speaker is women’s tennis hall of famer Martina Navratilova. The luncheon brings together hundreds of local business leaders and innovators for conversation, networking and idea sharing. May 21


Colonial Country Club
3735 Country Club Circle, Fort Worth, 817-927-4280, charlesschwabchallenge.com

Defending champion Emiliano Grillo and other golf tour favorites will visit Fort Worth’s Colonial Country Club for the annual Charles Schwab Invitational. Tickets are on sale now, with one-day, grounds access admission starting at $50. The VIP Patio Club tickets cost $575 per day and include full access to the grounds, villages, and unlimited food and drinks. May 23-26


Grapevine’s annual Main Street Fest returns with family-friendly activities and new golf-themed events. Photo courtesy of Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau

Historic Downtown Grapevine
530 S. Main St., Grapevine, 817-410-3185, grapevinetexasusa.com


Take in live music, craft brews, food, street performers, shopping and more over three days at the 40th annual Main Street Fest. This family-friendly event has a KidZone and a carnival for the younger guests. A new addition this year is the Cotton Belt Country Club at the Grapevine Vintage Railroad’s Historic Cotton Belt Depot. The club will have several golf-themed activities including mini-golf, a putt and long drive contest and brews by the glass. Guests can purchase “memberships” to the Country Club for access to a clubhouse pavilion with special seating and a private bar. Entrance costs $9 for adults and $5 for kids and seniors. Weekend passes are $20. Parking information is available on the Grapevine Convention & Visitors Bureau website. May 17-19


Trophy Club Town Center
2240 TX-114, Trophy Club, tcwcartandgardenfestival.com

The fourth annual Trophy Club Women’s Club Mother’s Day Art and Garden Festival will feature artwork from nearly 40 regional artists, live music and activities for the whole family. Master gardeners will be on-site to share their knowledge, too, in the midst of garden greenways throughout the walkways of the Town Center. Family-friendly events include Chris Lyle, The Balloon Guy; face painting; and snow cones. Admission is free and all proceeds benefit TCWC’s charities in northwest DFW. The event runs 5-9 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m.-9 p.m. on Saturday and 10 a.m.-4 p.m. on Sunday. May 10-12


The Professional Bull Riding World Finals returns to the DFW metroplex with events taking place throughout May. Photo courtesy of Bull Stock Media

AT&T Stadium
1 AT&T Way, Arlington, 817-892-4000, pbr.com

The PBR (Professional Bull Riders) World Finals is back in the metroplex at a new location. AT&T Stadium will host the two-day event where one rider will be crowned the 2024 PBR World Champion. Kid Rock’s Rock N Rodeo will take place the night before the finals. In addition to the competition at AT&T Stadium, the PBR will hold a couple events in Fort Worth’s historic Stockyards, including elimination rounds and the Ride for Redemption competition at Cowtown Coliseum and a PBR Ariat 5K/3K Boot Trot. Tickets for each event are available at pbr.com.
Elimination Rounds — May 9-12
5K/3K Boot Trot — May 11
Ride for Redemption — May 15-16
Kid Rock — May 17
Finals — May 18-19